Stellar Events

Dive deeper than ever before and discover the origins of The Man from Atlantis.

A selection of books that go on sale this week, most on Tuesday, August 30th.                     

Check with staff if you have questions.  You can also purchase many of the below in eBook format. Just click the title to see if an eBook is available for that title. (Thanks to Kobo, most ebooks are now available for pre-sale.)                      

 

Mysterious Galaxy will close at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, August 31, for a private event. 

Our on-line bookstore is open 24/7, and Kobo ebooks are immediately available for download to your Kobo reader, or via the Kobo app on most computers, tablets, and telephones.

We will resume regular hours on Thursday, September 1.

 

A selection of books that go on sale this week, most on Tuesday September 6th.                     

Check with staff if you have questions.  You can also purchase many of the below in eBook format. Just click the title to see if an eBook is available for that title. (Thanks to Kobo, most ebooks are now available for pre-sale.)                      

The monthly San Diego Book Discussion Group is facilitated by Fearless Leader Christine. Participation is open to all readers; readers need not have completed a particular book to attend – it’s the perfect opportunity to branch out and find new favorites! Attendees receive 20% off of the current book club selection, Off to Be The Wizard, by web comic “Basic Instructions” creator Scott Meyer. The first book in the Magic 2.0 series introduces 20-something geek Martin, who discovers that magic is nothing more than a particularly elaborate manipulation of the computer construct of life.

 

Gene Rodenberry’s future vision, Star Trek, first aired on September 8, 1966. Mysterious Galaxy and IDW Publishing present a 50th Anniversary celebration of all the 4-color Star Trek worlds, featuring a look at past iterations of the Enterprise crews' comic book adventures, with IDW Publishing Editor Sarah Gaydos, and writer Mike Johnson.  Copies of IDW's Star Trek 50th Anniversary Cover Celebration will be made available for this special event. 

Alex Marwood won the Edgar Award for her debut thriller, The Wicked Girls, and the Macavity Award for her sophomore effort, The Killer Next Door. Alex opens The Darkest Secret with Maria Gavlia’s 2004 email: “Apologies for the general email, but I desperately need your help. My goddaughter, Coco Jackson, disappeared from her family's holiday home in Bournemouth on the night of Sunday/Monday August 29/30th, the bank holiday weekend just gone. Coco is three years old.” A dozen years later Coco’s twin sister, Milly, is informed of their father’s death. Alex alternates between two timelines to build a twisted domestic noir tale of secrets and suspense.  

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